maple sugar


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maple sugar

[′mā·pəl ′shu̇g·ər]
(food engineering)
Sugar obtained from boiled maple syrup.
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There are many different varieties of candy and products that can be made from your maple syrup including soft maple sugar candy; hard maple sugar candy; granulated maple sugar; maple cream spread; maple fondant; and Jack wax made on snow.
He makes his living producing maple sugar and honey, among other things, on his diversified farm.
First, these areas are home to the top seven species of sugar maple trees, Acer saccharum (the true maple sugar tree).
According to Tom McCrumm of the Massachusetts Maple Producers Association, there may no longer be a maple sugar industry in New England by 2100.
The transformation of maple sugar mirrors the Lenten gospel of the grain of wheat.
Tom McCrumm of the Massachusetts Maple Producers Association is just one long-time tapper who worries that, by 2100, there may no longer be a maple sugar industry in New England.
scrubs come in four scents: Maple Sugar Lychee Nut, Peach Frangipani, Black Fig and Green Tea Desert Grapefruit.
Born in a thunderstorm, rolling the lightning into a ball, lifting a cow the next day, and weaving iron into a thunderbolt by the time she is 2, this sassy heroine in the Wild West is the color of maple sugar and savvy as weil as sweet.
A traditional holiday dessert in Quebec is maple sugar pie (tarte au sucre).
In the Vermont episode, "Sugartime," Buster eats dinner with a Vermont girl and her two mothers before they run off to see how maple sugar is made.
Their Organic Turkey Bacon is made from thick, meaty cuts of whole muscle turkey not emulsified and formed like conventional turkey bacon, and is seasoned with hand-harvested sea salt, maple sugar, and evaporated maple syrup.